Mobile phone shipments fell 1.5% Y/Y in Q1 to 398.4M, estimates IDC, as soft Euro sales and...


Mobile phone shipments fell 1.5% Y/Y in Q1 to 398.4M, estimates IDC, as soft Euro sales and slowing emerging markets growth made life difficult for most firms not named Apple (AAPL) or Samsung (SSNLF.PK). But smartphone shipments rose 42.5%, and made up 36% of total sales. Nokia's (NOK) phone share fell 600 bps Y/Y to 20.8%, while Samsung and Apple's rose to 23.5% and 8.8%, respectively. ZTE's (ZTCOY.PK) share rose 110 bps to 4.8%. (previous)

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  • tigersam
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    IDC should not estimate anything for Apple. IDC is always incorrect.
    1 May 2012, 02:58 PM Reply Like
  • DeepValueLover
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    If Nokia would just give away their Lumia 900 they could have a huge fan base itching to BUY the follow up phone.

     

    It is about MARKET SHARE Nokia!!!
    1 May 2012, 03:46 PM Reply Like
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